Solihull succeeded where their semiprofessional sister club failed on Saturday reaching Twickenham for the first time in their history with a clinical Powergen Junior Vase semi-final win over North Bristol.
As Pertemps Bees were being knocked out of the Shield in their last-four match with Bedford, the Midlands Four West champions eased to an 18-13 victory in their rivals' own backyard to earn the club a day out at Headquarters on April 16.
Two second-half tries from No 8 Dan Gallagher made the game safe after the Gloucester Premier side had gone 6-3 up through their outside- half Martin Lamborne.
Jim Quantrill kept Solihull in touch with a penalty on the quarterhour mark but the visitors trailed until winger Luke Smith beat three defenders to score just before the break.
That score made it 8-6 at the break and gave Solihull the momentum to take control after the restart.
First, after 55 minutes, Rob Salisbury fed Gallagher who smashed through the opposing winger to score in the corner, and then ten minutes later centre Adam Irwin put the ball wide for Gallagher to touch down in the other corner.
North Bristol threw on their replacements and threatened the line but a late consolation was all they could manage as the Midlanders saw out time to book their Twickenham date. "We are all absolutely elated," said team manager Richard Gamlin.
"It is a really proud moment for everybody at the club, "We will be going to Twickenham to win. I don't want to sound over-confident but there is no way we are going all that way just to take part."
Solihull will face Sheffield in the final and although Gamlin realises it will be a tough challenge, he would expect nothing less.
"To be in the last two out of 600-odd teams, both clubs are going to be good."